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Here's a great list of the code snippets that come out of the box for VS2005. After typing in the shortcut then hit tab to let the snippet execute.

#if
 Creates a #if directive and a #endif directive.
 Anywhere.
 
#region
 Creates a #region directive and a #endregion directive.
 Anywhere.
 
~
 Creates a destructor for the containing class.
 Inside a class.
 
attribute
 Creates a declaration for a class that derives from Attribute.
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct.
 
checked
 Creates a checked block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
class
 Creates a class declaration.
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct.
 
ctor
 Creates a constructor for the containing class.
 Inside a class.
 
cw
 Creates a call to WriteLine.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
do
 Creates a do while loop.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
else
 Creates an else block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
enum
 Creates an enum declaration.
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct.
 
equals
 Creates a method declaration that overrides the Equals method defined in the Object class.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
exception
 Creates a declaration for a class that derives from an exception (Exception by default).
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct.
 
for
 Creates a for loop.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
foreach
 Creates a foreach loop.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
forr
 Creates a for loop that decrements the loop variable after each iteration.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
if
 Creates an if block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
indexer
 Creates an indexer declaration.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
interface
 Creates an interface declaration.
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct.
 
invoke
 Creates a block that safely invokes an event.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
iterator
 Creates an iterator.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
iterindex
 Creates a "named" iterator and indexer pair by using a nested class.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
lock
 Creates a lock block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
mbox
 Creates a call to System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox.Show. You may need to add a reference to System.Windows.Forms.dll.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
namespace
 Creates a namespace declaration.
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace).
 
prop
 Creates a property declaration and a backing field.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
propg
 Creates a property declaration with only a "get" accessor and a backing field.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
sim
 Creates a static int Main method declaration.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
struct

 Creates a struct declaration.
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct.
 
svm
 Creates a static void Main method declaration.
 Inside a class or a struct.
 
switch
 Creates a switch block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
try
 Creates a try-catch block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
tryf
 Creates a try-finally block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
unchecked
 Creates an unchecked block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
unsafe
 Creates an unsafe block.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.
 
using
 Creates a using directive.
 Inside a namespace (including the global namespace).
 
while
 Creates a while loop.
 Inside a method, an indexer, a property accessor, or an event accessor.

-B

Posted on Sunday, January 29, 2006 6:57 PM General .NET | Back to top


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